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Blunt Talk

Gino Arcaro is a former police officer/detective and College Law Enforcement program coordinator and professor. He is a widely-published author, gym owner, strength and football coach.

Blunt Talk podcast gives Gino a voice to inspire the entire planet "To Lift" – each other and themselves – on any field and in any field. Read his book Soul of a Lifter, available on Amazon, to get an in-depth insight into how to improve your life and reach your fullest potential.

Blunt Talk is a unique podcast, about Good Inspiring News Only. There’s enough depressing news to attack your mind every day. We won’t add to it. Blunt Talk is one of a kind.

You won’t hear Blunt Talk often in real-life but you will in this Podcast. Blunt Talk has one goal: to answer the questions you’ve asked for decades - how to reach the specific goals you’ve asked about. How to get your dream job. How to lose fat in body, mind, and soul. How to get in top shape physically and mentally. How to build muscle in mind, body, and soul. How to get to the next level in sports, careers, and real-life. How to start a business. How to write a book. How to get motivated.

All the questions you’ve asked for decades. The Podcast doesn’t tell you what to do. It will explain what people have done that’s worked out. Dual meaning.

We are all born with God-given gifts and talents. We have the choice to build them or bury them. Nothing is worse than wasted potential. Every human builds "Layers of Limitations" in their mind that hold back performance to less than 10% of full physical and intellectual potential. Every day is a fight to cut through


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May 25, 2015

You either stay in the running or you drop out. “In the running” has a dual meaning. First, it means that you have to keep chasing what you are competing for. Staying in the running is the key to competing for a job, a promotion, business success, or reaching the next level athletically. Secondly, staying in the running helps you lose fat and prevent obesity, propelling you to get into top shape and stay there. Fighting to stay in the running takes next-level self-discipline. Otherwise, it’s too easy to give up when adversity strikes. Today’s guest, expert runner Janice Arcaro, introduces basic strategies to help you stay in the running while touching on another important topic for student-athletes and their parents: the opportunities to be “discovered.” All of this ties into the central theme of Blunt Talk: realize your full potential instead of wasting it. #Peace



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